|schizophrenia onset age||1.9||0.5||5062||24|
|schizophrenia onset men||0.42||0.2||9877||11|
|schizophrenia onset women||0.11||0.5||6595||23|
|schizophrenia onset stories||1.79||0.6||6101||67|
|schizophrenia onset age women||1.06||0.2||1433||67|
|schizophrenia onset signs||0.75||0.8||2688||40|
|schizophrenia onset symptoms||0.13||0.3||4457||9|
|schizophrenia onset male||1.42||0.7||7588||40|
|schizophrenia onset in 40s||1.5||0.9||7969||20|
|schizophrenia onset age men||0.52||0.8||1485||49|
|early onset schizophrenia||0.35||0.9||1955||58|
|new onset schizophrenia||1.58||0.4||9694||83|
|new onset schizophrenia in older adults||1.85||1||8017||12|
|disorganized schizophrenia onset||1.02||0.4||3390||23|
This rule suggests that about 25% of people with schizophrenia will recover completely from the first episode and go on to have no further problems in their life. A further 25% will be substantially improved with treatment and will go on to recover almost all of their former level of functioning with very few relapse events.What is the average onset of schizophrenia?
There is no gender-related difference for the prevalence of schizophrenia. The average age of onset, however, differs slightly—for men, it is usually between 15 and 25, while women typically experience its onset between 25 and 35. Onset before age 15 and after age 50 is rare.